28 September 2012

Namibia: Wesbank Show Specials

Vehicle and Asset Finance Specialists WesBank will offer unbelievable special financing deals at the Windhoek Show that starts this Friday. Head of WesBank, Elmarie Cilliers has advised that they have partnered with some of the Namibian representatives of leading vehicle manufacturing brand names to bring potential buyers fantastic financing opportunities.

"This includes for example a grace period by Auas Motors where clients will only start paying for the vehicle in March 2013. Pupkewitz Motors partnered with us and all sales on their Lexus series will be at Prime less 2% while Novel Motor Company only requires payment of a 5% deposit upon purchasing a Ford Figo. These deals are sure to fit the pockets and expectations of potential vehicle buyers," she said.

WesBank is however, not restricting this to the partner motor dealers only. Cilliers said that clients who wish to purchase any other vehicles and assets at a motor dealer of their choice will receive Prime less 1% on all finance deals. This includes tractors, graders, agri equipment, but Cilliers pointed out that, as always, terms and conditions apply.

FNB Namibia has added more specials to the basket and FNB Insurance Brokers offer the first 2 months insurance free of charge as well as the following: In the event of a claim a reduction of the minimum excess by N$1,000 for the first year of insurance and this is applicable from now until 31 December 2012. One lucky client also stands the chance to win one full year free vehicle insurance if the asset was financed through WesBank.

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